Are you Curious? Get a daily workout of lessons, puzzles(including Crossword), and Curios and grow your Curious Quotient (CQ)! Who knew exercising your brain could be this much fun?
“Curious has mastered making learning addictive.” -- PandoDaily
“A Netflix For Learning” -- Forbes
“Curious stands out from sites like Khan Academy, Coursera, Udacity, Udemy, and Lynda.com by focusing on learning 'for learning’s sake.'” -- VentureBeat
“Curious Helps Hobbyists Share Their Skills” -- Mashable
Curious helps people reclaim between 5 to 30 minutes a day to learn something new!
Ready to learn? Here’s how the game of lifelong learning works:
- First, we start with a brief interview.
- You tell us how much time you want to spend learning a day: 5, 15, or 30 minutes
- We customize your learning experience and build you a beautiful CQ wheel. Every wheel is unique!
- You receive a daily, personalized learning workout via email and on your Curious dashboard.
- You complete your workout by reading Curios (our well-loved daily fun fact), solving puzzles, and watching lessons.
- Add lessons and topics to a focus area for longer term learning goals.
- Track your progress every time you learn. You’ll be so much more interesting!
Learn from over 25,000 video lessons on virtually any topic. Whether you want to learn how to crochet a scarf, plant an organic garden or play guitar, Curious helps you stay happy and healthy with a daily learning workout across eight key knowledge areas:
Aesthetic (crafts, photography, sewing, drawing, interior design, crochet, graphic design)
Humanities (public speaking, languages, storytelling, political science, history)
Mind / Body (cooking, fitness, nutrition, confidence, meditation, yoga, mindfulness)
Music (music theory, piano, guitar, singing, drums, ukulele, harmonica, violin, DJ skills)
Play (home DIY, sports, travel, games, gardening, camping, puzzles, biking, running)
Relationships (psychology, parenting, communication, marriage, dating, pets, leadership)
S.T.E.M. (science, web development, math, biology, hardware, computing, engineering)
Work (Microsoft Office, entrepreneurship, budgeting, marketing, finance, blogging, analytics)
And you get recommendations from your (and our) favorite NPR shows: Science Friday, PRI's The World, BBC World Service, Marketplace, and more!
You also get 5 new puzzles every day: classic crossword puzzle, math mayhem with KenKen, and more.
Download the Curious app and start for FREE! Daily Curios and intro lessons available to all users; subscribe for full access to the entire lesson library. FREE trial included with each subscription.
What have you got to learn? Get addicted to the game of lifelong learning & stay Curious!
Curious offers the following all-access subscriptions:
1 year: $29.99
These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence.
Your Curious subscription automatically renews at the end of the subscription term unless auto-renewal is turned off. Subscription renewals cost the same amount as the original subscription, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. You may turn off auto-renewal at any time after purchase by going to your iTunes Account Settings.
- iOS 12 support
- Fixed a crash which impacted some iPad users
We love feedback! If you are having fun with Curious, please leave a review. You can also send us feedback directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Accidentally paid for a year... but I’m pretty ok with the mistake
So far it seems like a worthwhile investment. I’ve only just started to use it regularly after having it for a month and have just been figuring out its uses. The games are somewhat challenging. I enjoy the positive talks and find them inspiring while also showing me I could make my own. After two days I have learned how to sign the alphabet and that is something I have been talking about doing for 6 months. I will be diving deeper into this app while continuing to practice the features I have found already. I do find it expensive, but if you think about how ridiculously priced private college is this is a cheap way to learn skills that can pad your resume and make you stand out amongst other candidates.
Customer Service is Crap
I used this app for a year (forgot to cancel my free trial), and after a year I decided to renew it so I could share it with my dad for Father's Day. My ipad broke shortly thereafter, so I haven't been using it, but my dad has. I just found out that my dad has been using the free version b/c my subscription never renewed, despite having paid for it. Contacted customer service, and they told me I never paid for it, but if I thought I had, I should submit the date I renewed, the name on my credit card, and the last 4 digits of my credit card. I did this, and the next email said that since the charge was made through Apple, I would need to forward a copy of my credit card statement (heck no) or a copy of my email receipt (which I no longer have). Instead, I sent them screenshots of my apple purchases, and a screenshot of the portion of my credit card statement that shows the charge from Apple for that amount on that day. I'm sorry, but if you accept payment through Apple, then figure it out! It shouldn't be my burden to prove to you that I paid for your subscription. Since I sent all the information over yesterday, I have also left a message on Facebook, and I have yet to hear anything via Facebook or email. I would think that a company that charges so much for a subscription would prioritize helping paid customers ASAP. I am now beginning the process of making a complaint with Apple.
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Fun but mostly inaccurate.
This app is fun. The cool little articles are interesting. The problem is very few of them are based on fact. They just go for sensationalism. It’s like going to the national inquirer for news. Most of their math problems have errors. The facts of their stories are certainly not checked. If there’s an internet meme they’ll publish it as fact. I saw one last week that talks about how wonderful woman is the oldest superhero comic besides Superman and Batman. Um, there are dozens superheroes older than that we still have around. Try captain America, the green lantern, all the avengers, aqua man, green arrow, all the fantastic 4 (though they weren’t a team yet, the list goes on too long for here. I see scientific “discoveries” that are decades old and disproven pretty much that long ago. They need to hire an actual editor for their stories before they go publishing random stuff. At least if they are claiming it’s non-fiction. I’m sorry if you are the “editor” of these things because they are full of misspellings, repeated paragraphs, missing parts of text, and general wrong information. The math is the worst. I’d say do t let your kids use this for learning math. Please. We need an informed generation to help out this ailing planet.
- Curious.com, Inc
- 57.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Curious.com, Inc
- In-App Purchases
- Bottling Beer $2.99
- Zone System Approach to HDR Techniques $2.99
- How to Bead a Necklace $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.